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Halton Region Services for Older Adults


Halton Region provides information, services and supports for seniors. Learn about what's available for older adults in Halton, including long-term care.


Halton Region provides a number of accredited services for seniors:

Other useful information and services for seniors include:

  • Older Adult Advisory Committee (OAAC)
    • Consists of seniors and service providers from across Halton to advise Regional policy, planning and services impacting seniors
    • Also develops information materials for seniors, caregivers and service providers
  • Project Lifesaver Halton
    Helps families to protect members who might wander or bolt, such as people living with:
    • Alzheimer’s disease
    • Autism
    • Down syndrome
    • Acquired brain injury
    • Other kinds of cognitive impairment


In the course of providing services, Halton Region may collect personal health information. View Services for Seniors Statement of Information Practices (PDF file) for details.

The Willow Foundation

The Willow Foundation The Willow Foundation (external link) is a non-profit, registered charitable organization that raises funds to further enrich the quality of life for seniors and adults in the Halton region, long-term care and community programs.

Service Accountability Agreements

Halton Region acts as a Health Service Provider in providing one or more of the services described above. The Local Health System Integration Act, 2006, requires that the Local Health Integration Network (external link) (LHIN) and the Health Service Provider (HSP) enter into a service accountability agreement. This agreement enables the LHIN to provide funding to the Health Service Provider for the provision of services.

Our Service Accountability Agreements between the LHINs and Halton Region can be accessed below:

Services for Seniors Updates